Activeion Pro's efficacy validated with study
July 22, 2009
ROGERS, MN — A sustainability study, coauthored by Dr. Jack Geibig, director of the Center for Clean Products at the University of Tennessee at Knoxville, and the environmental sustainability group EcoForm compared the Activeion Pro from Activeion Cleaning Solutions with traditional cleaning detergents across seven critical environmental and health categories, according to a press release.
According to the release, adding a small charge of electricity to tap water "activates" it and makes it clean better than water in its natural state, transforming it into a powerful, general-purpose cleaner that is ideal for use on glass, stainless steel, carpet and stone without added chemicals or detergents.
The study concluded that converting to just one Activeion Pro for general-purpose cleaning in commercial applications is equivalent to saving 93 gallons of gasoline and two barrels of oil, the release stated.
Because the activated water returns to its natural tap water state after about 45 seconds, the Activeion Pro is one of the only cleaners in the world without a chemical-related health-warning label, the release noted.
For the study, the material content of the products themselves, materials used, the processes employed during the manufacturing and assembly of the products, natural resources consumed during their use, as well as the content of all the product packaging for general-purpose cleaning chemicals and the Activeion Pro were analyzed over the five-year expected life span of the Activeion Pro, the release added.
Todd Schaeffer, vice president and general manager of Activeion Cleaning Solutions, said: "We already knew the Activeion Pro frees our environment from the harmful impact of traditional, general-purpose chemicals. We now have the data that gives meaning to that statement. For those who want to make a demonstrated difference in their approach to environmental stewardship, we offer the Activeion Pro. It''s a safe, simple, sustainable way to clean."
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